Like its predecessor, this Country Tourer model will sell mainly in the £25,000 to £30,000 bracket. That undercuts rivals like Volkswagen's Passat Alltrack and Audi's A4 allroad. Think of this Vauxhall as closer competition to cars like the Peugeot 508 RXH and the Skoda Octavia Scout. As with its Grand Sport and Sports Tourer siblings, the Country Tourer comes with numerous fresh technology and assistance systems, a good example being the optional adaptive IntelliLux LED matrix headlight set-up which adapts itself to road conditions and other motorists. Further features developed for this second generation model include a head up display, adaptive cruise control with automatic emergency braking, Lane Keep Assist with automated steering correction and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.
The latest Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatible IntelliLink systems ensure outstanding entertainment and connectivity, while smartphones can be charged wirelessly and seamlessly integrated with the infotainment system. The personal connectivity and service assistant, Vauxhall OnStar, is also on board and offers an extensive service portfolio ranging from automatic crash response to stolen vehicle assistance. Two updates to the OnStar portfolio are the booking service, and parking search, both of which can request OnStar advisors to book hotel rooms and/or search for suitable carparks.